Michigan family ready to
go to court over animals
A family is ready to go court over the goats, pigs, ducks and chickens on their mid-Michigan property.
The Hudsons received a "cease-and-desist" letter from Williamstown Township attorneys, saying the animals were a zoning violation and they had 10 days to get rid of them.
WILX-TV reports the 10 days ended Friday, March 29, and the animals were still there.
Jessica Hudson says she has "no intention of getting rid of the animals" and will "be taking this as far as it needs to go."
Gary Bender is serving as the township's attorney. He says a lawsuit will be filed.
Jessica and Jeremiah Hudson moved to Williamston Township from nearby Lansing last year because their children have food allergies, and they wanted access to goat milk and affordable eggs.